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Final Examination

2.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Kari Wuhrer, Brent Huff, Debbie Rochon, Amy Lindsay, Belinda Gavin
  • Directors: Fred Olen Ray
  • Writers: Kimberly A. Ray, Sean O'Bannon
  • Producers: Jim Valdez, Albert Pyun, Andrew Stevens, Christopher Curran, Hugh Jorgan
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Oct. 21 2003
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0000C2IWM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #119,167 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Final Examination

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By A Customer on Jan. 17 2004
Format: DVD
If this film took itself seriously at all, we would have a problem. Luckily, this is the type of cheesy b-movie fare that one can sit back and enjoy. Everything about it is absurd and it revels in it.
The film starts out with a cop swindling some drug dealers. He gets chased after they get wise. The car chase is actually pretty decent but there's an added bonus: It changes from raining to not raining randomly. Of course the cop catches hell from his boss (a character named Hugh Janus) as he's the rogue-ish type. However, it was the cop who was being chased. How can that be his fault? Luckily, it doesn't matter in the least as the consequence is a transfer from the LAPD to Hawaii. Cut to a scene of expository dialogue. We soon find that a sorority is having its reunion on the Big Island.
The bad-boy cop finds his new partner appealing. How do we know this? Because he fantasizes about her swimming! They must now find out who is bumping off the sororstitutes before all of them bite it. It shouldn't be too hard given that all of the clues point exactly to one person throughout the entire film. Through a series of events too stupid to recount, the killer is apprehended, or is he? Or is she? Or are they?
The dialogue is better than say, Matrix: Revolutions but it isn't anything exceptional. There are a few decent jokes ("It's pretty thin." "Yeah it's downright bulimic.") to pass the time between sex scenes and lunacy. The sex scenes are in no way erotic to anyone other than a fifteen-year-old male but like the rest of the film, they're fun. One of them features a woman who walks like an android trying to walk sexy but the program isn't quite right so it comes off as terribly awkward instead.
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If you saw Prom Night you saw the basic concept of Final Examination (2003). Prom Night saw a brother lose his sister and go on a killing spree. Final Exam takes the same plot and gives it a twist. Girls from the smallest sorority in history are invited back to Hawaii for a magazine shoot, five years after they graduated. Rachel played by Jen Kikolaison drives her car off a unfinished road in the opening of the show. Remember, a brother or sister has to die, before the remaining sibling can go off the deep end. Then we get to see the girls in Hawaii and in the buff. Most of the girls looked as if they made a stop on Nip/Tuck prior to doing this movie. Shane Newman played by Brent Huff is the should be washed up cop who gets transfered to Hawaii to partner with the beautiful Julia Seska played by Kari Wuhrer. My question for Kari would be, were you just bored? Megan Davidson played by Belinda Gavin, Amanda Galvin played by Kalau Iwaoka, and Kristen Neal played by Amy Lindsay make up the sorority crowd, along with Terri Walker played by Kim Maddox. Derek Simmons played by Winton Nicholson is the deranged brother and owner of the magazine that is paying for the girls to come to Hawaii on what is supposed to be a magazine center fold shoot. The photographer is Taylor Cameron played by Debbie Rochon who also turns out to be a sister of the dead girl. Not really that bad of a B movie. My hat went off to Kalau Iwaoka. She needs more work hollywood.
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Pretty typical B-movie fare. Sorority girls are being bumped off at their 5 Year Reunion(like anyone would actually go). Anyway, it's up to 2 miscast actors playing detectives to unmask the killer. Basic stuff.
This one tries to be more of a police thriller than a slasher flick(not a wise move), though all the trappings are in place for an old school horror bloodbath. You've got your bikini bimbos, a masked killer, and a fair amount of blood; yet this falls short of being a satisfying outing. I guess the main problem is that the victims solely exist to be offed. We have no emotional attatchment to any of them. Too much time is spent on the detectives and their investigation.
Oh, well. Nobody really goes into these movies expecting to be knocked out of their seat. They go to be entertained, which this film manages to do at least some of the time.
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Kari Wuhrer has built up quite a filmography over the years
and I've enjoyed watching her especially in the scary action
type movies but I'm afraid the writing and production values
of this film left me a bit flat. I'm giving it 2 healthy
stars, though, because I did get the feeling that the makers
weren't taking anything too seriously, and I found that it,
intentionally or unintenionally, spoofed the "Sexploitational"
genre a bit. The writers did have a few good one-liners for
most of the characters but the viewer did have to wade through
quite a bit of slow, boring dialog to hear them. You might get
a kick out of it if you like the old Shannon Tweed kind of
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